The author(s) on the List of Christian Denominations page on the Wikipedia website have put together quite an assortment of so called Christian churches. It is an amazing accomplishment on how they did this.
I decided to comment on this website so the viewer could note the hundreds of unscriptural churches mentioned. Note, they do not call them unscriptural churches, because in their mind they’re not. Actually it’s in the thousands according to the same website in the previous layout before they had to find a way to make the listing more user-friendly.
Before the site layout was changed you would find a list of only countries. Then by clicking on a country you could note all the so called christian churches in that country. They added into the thousands if you counted them in all the countries, not counting duplicated churches. Hence a way to better organize the data.
But this new format they are using I think I like better, because of the unscriptural churches are lists they’re are easy to read about, although they could of been explained better.
Some of them I’m familiar with, most I’m not, because they’re all unscriptural. Of course, again they do not think they are, because the site is basically a resource that requires more research to be done. This is what has come about with the advent of so called accepted christian churches.
These are the unscriptural churches I’m familiar with, the other multiple variations listed on Wikipedia, I’m not. Catholic Churches, Lutheran Churches, Anglican Churches, Presbyterian Churches, Congregational Churches, Methodist Churches, Baptist churches, Pentecostal Churches, Assembly of God Churches, Quaker Churches.
Of course these are created churches, you may wonder, are they?
I discuss this in four articles under the category, The Precedent Set by the Catholic church.
It’s very simple, there is only one church, the Church of Christ. It is easy to understand, just read The New Testament Church category.